Pyragon, Inc. Takes on Nuclear Obsolescence Issues
Planning for obsolescence can avoid prolonged shutdowns or unexpected outages. Although, every obsolescence issue cannot be planned and unexpected issues can occur at any time. Whether the issue has been planned for or unexpected Pyragon, Inc. understands your nuclear issues and can offer guidance to assure operations are enhanced and provide reliability and compatibility with original models.
Rochester, NY (PRWEB) May 04, 2012
Nuclear obsolescence can be troubling for any facility when unforeseen circumstances occur. Unplanned outages and shutdowns can be extremely costly – discovering the problem, locating which unit is needed to solve the problem, waiting for manufacture of the correct unit according to new guidelines and specifications and finally delivery of the unit to the facility. Obviously, not such a great turn of events within the nuclear industry. On the other hand, knowing that there is a solution and options just in case, allows you to be informed of upfront costs, cost-effective solutions and availability of replacement models quickly.
Pyragon, Inc. a Rochester, New York based company has recently added four new nuclear replacement products. A growing problem in the nuclear industry today is how to cost-effectively and operationally replace old outdated units to new industry standards. These new units boast new and more robust circuitry compared to the original models. Nuclear facilities facing obsolescence of critical components to their operating systems require fit, form and function units to avoid costly modernization within outdated nuclear operations. We offer direct replacement units in addition to upgrades that return a better more efficient unit.
The four models added would replace the following models used currently in some facilities the RIS 1330 Square Root Extractor, Fischer & Porter Adder Subtractor, the Fisher & Porter mV Converter and the Fisher & Porter Hi/Lo Signal Selector. All of the upgraded units have been tested to the following IEC standards 61000-4-2 ESD, 61000-4-3 RFI Immunity, 61000-4-4 EFT Transient, 61000-4-5 Surge and 61000-4-6 Conducted RF. More information regarding the models can be viewed at http://www.pyragon.com.
“Pyragon, Inc. has many nuclear obsolescence models available and also custom and reverse engineers units according to our customer´s needs,” said Thomas Crumlish the President of Pyragon. “The ability to provide not just an exact replacement product, but units that provide higher reliability (due to the IEC design parameters) are the key to effective operations now and in the future,” said Crumlish. Pyragon, Inc. offers solutions to any nuclear obsolescence issue; staff is knowledgeable and current with guidelines and specifications needed within the nuclear industry- not just selling a product, but also a service.
Pyragon, Inc. has been operating since 1996 it is a high quality manufacturer of industrial temperature transmitters, signal isolators, signal conditioners, alarm trip and custom OEM designs. Depending on customer needs the company offers off the shelf stock and custom designed products. More information on these products and others can be viewed at http://www.pyragon.com.
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